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Water is collecting in bottom of refrigerator underneath vegetable compartments so much overnight it is coming out of door onto kitchen floor

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Check the drain off the coil inside the fridge you can usually find it by looking at the back of the fridge and locating the hose running down to a tray either on top of the compressor or its own receptacle it will probably be blocked,air pressure back up this line usually removes the offending object and allows it to drain again

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The drain in the freezer behind back lower panel
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underneath the evaporator coils. (The cold coils)
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When the defrost melts the water it goes down the drain
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Also check fan undernearh Ref in the rear
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Super easy fix. Your defrost drain is blocked by what we in the biz affectionately refer to as "Bio-Gookus", so every time the fridge goes into defrost, the newly melted water has no place to go other than the bottom of your fridge. Gravity is what gravity is, ya know?

My bet is that it's clogged up at the drain funnel located in the refrigerator/beer compartment. If I'm remembering right, it should be just to the left of the thermostat/control panel in the back. You should see a plastic cover there, remove it. See the "Bio-Gookus? Kinda gross, huh? All of that has to be cleaned out. Not only in the funnel but the tubing behind it as well.

After cleaning it (and putting the pieces back) your fridge will be happy again.

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